As you may know by now, ith Frank traveling, I (Daniel) am leading the show this week. Market volatility continues to dominate the headlines, and gold prices are quietly moving higher. I share why it's a great idea for all investors to have exposure to gold… and a few different ways you can invest… including one stock that's management team, yield, and operating costs make it an absolute no-brainer. [1:40] My gold thesis somewhat overlaps with my crypto thesis. I highlight why everyone should have exposure to this asset class too… and one of my favorite stocks in the space. [14:15] Frank recently returned from the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. to find out which tech companies every investor should watch in 2022. [21:50] Finally, I share research from a listener who disagreed with . [22:25] Enjoyed this episode? Get Wall Street Unplugged delivered FREE to your inbox every Wednesday: https://www.curzioresearch.com/wall-street-unplugged/ Wall Street Unplugged podcast is available at: --: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/wall-street-unplugged-frank/ -- : https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/curzio-research/wall-street-unplugged-2 -- : https://www.curzioresearch.com/category/podcast/wall-street-unplugged/ : https://twitter.com/frankcurzio :. https://www.facebook.com/CurzioResearch/ : https://www.linkedin.com/in/frank-curzio-690561a7/ : https://www.curzioresearch.com
Jerry, a friend of the show decided to see how everyone is doing. Literally. He called EVERY SINGLE CONTACT in his phone. Even the uncomfortable calls were made. One funny moment even involves Marcus Lemonis from CNBC's 'The Profit'. As always, if you have a story that should be highlighted or a favorite moment of the show, reach out at PKandDK.comCheck out our daily podcast on this feed
In today's episode of PowerTips Unscripted, we are featuring one of our more popular episodes. If you have topic ideas for an episode or a guest we should be interviewing, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy! Guest Andy Haste is among one of Remodelers Advantages most successful members, and he attributes that success to... The post Ep.173: [Unscripted Back-Up] How to Achieve Consistency in Revenue and Profit with Andy Haste appeared first on PowerTips Unscripted.
Ready to Position Your Business to Profit? Go to-->>> http://positioningtoprofit.com/Hey there, Patty Dominguez with Episode 122 of the Positioning to Profit podcast. Thank you, my friend, for being here. Super excited, as always, every week, bringing you the positioning to profit tips that you can apply in your business, and in that process, meaning we get to chat a little bit, we get to discover what's going on, we get to brainstorm some solutions. So whether you are catching me in the car, on your bike on a walk, I mean, maybe in the pool, whatever. I'm here, I'm here, I got your back. Today, we're talking about decluttering, and what I mean is, decluttering, creating new space, opening the space, so that you can attract more of the good good, because here's the deal, at the beginning of the year, everybody gets really excited, we're setting our targets, blah, blah, blah. And then somewhere around week two, week three, things kind of taper off and goes back to normal, right, the normal that you were in before. And as much as we want to be hopeful about what we're creating, there is a method to the madness.So today's episode is managing those little tidbits of what you can do to create more space, declutter, create more flow, invite more of what you do want in your business and releasing that which no longer serves us. So I'm excited to talk about this topic. Because again, it's been near and dear to my heart we've been talking about in our community, and let's face it, the timing couldn't be better. So if you've derailed no worries, I got your back. That's what we're gonna be covering on today's show. And, yeah, it'll be chock full of good stuff. And with that, here we go.
One of the gifts we like to share here at Tap the Potential at the end of each year is a four-part series based on the in-depth strategic planning that we take our Better Business, Better Life™ clients through in order to prepare them for the year ahead. Today, Dr. Sabrina checks in to see if you're making any progress toward your 2022 goals that will build your business up so you can get your life back! She also discusses the reason most of us don't make the progress we would like to make. Don't miss this inspiring and impactful episode as Dr. Sabrina shares additional tips and tricks for helping you get back on track for your best year ever. If you have not yet had a chance to listen to the 2022 Strategic Planning Series, please see the helpful links below! Profit by Design is a Tap the Potential Production in collaboration with Small Business Consulting Group. Show Highlights: Writing down your goal dramatically increases your likelihood of achieving that goal. Sharing your goals with a trusted person is a great way to be accountable for making progress on the goal. Dr. Sabrina reveals the “missing piece” as to why most of us don't make progress, and strategies we can use to overcome that. How consistent effort can make such a big impact in your personal and business lives. Surround yourself with people who honor your success. Dr. Sabrina shares the new tradition her family has started. Since all good strategic planning begins by taking a business and personal well-being inventory, this is a great time to take our FREE Better Business, Better Life™ assessment to check in on your business and your own mental and emotional well-being. Links and Resources: If you missed our 4-part 2022 Strategic Planning Series, you can listen to them here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. Download your FREE Strategic Planning Workbook to assist you in your planning! New! Now Available!! The 4 Week Vacation™ book with bonuses! Download Dr. Sabrina's Introductory Training: How to Make Your Time Worth $10,000 an Hour. Check out our Better Business, Better Life™ program! Join Dr. Sabrina in our Entrepreneurs Take Your Life Back! Community.
Susan Bratton, known as the "Intimacy Expert to Millions", is the co-founder and CEO of Personal Life Media, a publisher of heart-connected lovemaking techniques and bedroom communication skills and The20, a manufacturer of organic and botanical supplements that enhance sexual vitality. An early media-tech pioneer honored as a “Silicon Valley Woman of Influence” by The Business Journal, Susan shares her journey and epiphanies after almost 2 years with “Long Covid”, the realization she'd built companies that could run profitably without her, and we talk about the future of media and podcasting. Join the conversation by following Wings of Inspired Business on the free and socially interactive Podopolo app, where Susan and will answer questions. Download Podopolo here and invite your friends to connect around podcasts recommended to you by what interests and inspires you.
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The ratio of people quitting their jobs to total employment is the highest since the Bureau of Labor has been tracking the data. Darren shares a short parable in this episode highlighting the vital assessment all leaders need to make about their teams quickly to avoid becoming part of this statistic. Learn more about Darren's Business MasterClass-> https://dhbusinessmasterclass.com/. Access the FREE Success-One-Sheet training at DarrenHardyWorkshop.com Get more personal mentoring from Darren each day. Go to DarrenDaily http://darrendaily.com/ to learn more.
Hardly anyone enjoys the painful process of growth. The process will always produce a profit whenever the individual endures the affliction until the end. Otherwise he/she misses out on the benefits the process can potentially generate. If you abort the process you forfeit the blessings.
People driving electric cars are discovering that charging is totally different from the routine of filling up at the gas station. There is complexity. There is uncertainty. Sometimes the App does not work according to plan. Sometimes the charger is broken. And sometimes the fast charger is not so fast after all. Customers are understandably frustrated. Yesterday's range anxiety is giving way to today's charging anxiety. Tesla, with its totally integrated network system, is miles ahead of everyone else. All other automakers should be worried. What to do? Enter Kameale Terry, Founder and CEO of ChargerHelp, a startup that fixes problems at charging stations. Kameale takes us inside the complex and sophisticated world of charging. Whether you are an automaker, a network provider or an electric vehicle owner, you are going to learn a lot listening to the energetic and quick-witted Ms. Kameale Terry. #DrivingWithDunne / #ZozoGo https://twitter.com/Dunne_ZoZoGohttps://www.instagram.com/zo.zo.go/?hl=enhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-dunne-a696901a/
Catherine is a serial entrepreneur, business leader and bestselling business author. She focuses on awakening the fire within as Founder of The Awakened Company. Catherine founded BluEra, a Profit 500 executive search firm, top 200 growing company in Canada and best workplace which was then successfully sold. She now helps organisations develop culture strategies. In this episode we talk about how profit and purpose can exist together, and how we must first awaken ourselves and become mindful. We talk about creating something different, the importance of company culture, our magnetic why, how businesses need to start solving problems not creating more problems, bringing play into work and souls into businesses, how to awaken your power and the magic of serendipity. Discover show notes, Catherine's book recommendation and more on www.goingconscious.com. Connect with Catherine:Twitter, Instagram & Facebook @theawakenedcompanyLinkedIn Catherine Bellwww.awakenedcompany.com - newsletter and enneagram videos Connect with Nikki:Instagram & Clubhouse @nikkitrottLinkedIn Nikki Trottwww.consciousaccelerator.com
Today's episode features the third installment of our Entrepreneurial Spirit Series! NCG's Sr. Business Coach & Director of Operations, Kathryn Freeman, is joined by Lori Delin, President & Co-Owner of Tru-Colors Contracting, 24 Hour Floor and My Stack Box Storage all located in beautiful Pompano Beach, FL. Lori shares how her entrepreneurial spirit started from a young age and grew into a passion for solving problems and growing businesses. Over the years she has never shied away from taking risks or being afraid to fail. Lori's strategic decisions have paved the way for the growth of successful business organizations and allowed her to help others rethink their potential. If there is a challenge in her way, Lori looks for the opportunity.
In this episode, the ATC guys answer a question from a listener: "In the Soviet Union commodity production was retained and thus the money-commodity-money cycle that creates capital was able to continue, with the main change being that the capital accumulation was now directed by the state. Would a cooperative society not run into a similar issue, where the capital accumulation is merely directed by a different entity (in this case the co-ops) instead of eliminating capital accumulation itself?" Kevin, Larry, and Cinar dive into this question and provide their perspective on issues of capital accumulation, commodity production, and the incentives of cooperative enterprises.
Every year Gallup publishes a report about the workplace. 2021's report gave us a lot to think about and some critical areas to focus on in 2022. In this episode of Magic in the Room, Chris, Luke, and guest Bob Schooley discuss three key takeaways from the State of the Global Workplace: 2021 Report by Gallup. Research in this episode: The research in this episode comes from the State of the Global Workplace: 2021 Report by Gallup. 70% of an employee's experience is tied to their relationship with their supervisor or manager 82% of the time companies fail to choose the candidate with the right talents to be an effective manager. Only 31% of managers strongly agree that someone at work encourages their development. Managers also report higher levels of stress, burnout and physical well being then the people they manage. We referenced Magic in the Room #41: Purpose, Profit & the Role of Service Get a free Magic in the Room hat by posting a review and sending a screenshot to email@example.com Music by evangrimmusic.com Recorded at storycatcher.studio Support from techblogwriter.co.uk
Welcome to a Farm4Fun episode Remind people to hit SUBSCRIBE – REMEMBER TO LEAVE REVIEWS Share their ideas at firstname.lastname@example.orgThe listener review today is brought to you by BW Fusion. We love it when our partners come back for more. We know that is only because of how awesome our listeners are and we want to recognize you by reading one of your reviews.Easter_Iowa_farmer – DM - Just started listening to the podcast, Keep'em comin!Don't forget to check out www.bw-fusion.com for all your micro-biological needs.Commercial – John Deere – written 2 minute ADMiddle Commercial – Geringhoff – requested to say the company name 3 times during the show@JLazySAngus – Chyenne SmithWhere are they from?Carmen, IDTell us a little about your family….husband, kids…etc…Any Hobbies or collections?HuntingPhotographyHow do you get started ranching from nothing?Degrees not in ranchingAlcoholic war Vet Buying his placeOwn it all or lease too?Vermeer dealershipFamily RanchEveryone has a role?Did COVID affect your?Weather challenges?Main ConversationSocial and Personal BarriersStalkingStalker is now deadSocial Media to connect and promote AGDamaging wordsFeeling aloneStronger together – speak upTaking to a virtual community over a local one – why?How do you feel about 2nd chances….3rd chances etc…Who is/was the coolest person you met along the way?How do people follow you? What social media platforms?Larger Discussions – SegmentsBest Christmas present you've ever received?New Year New QuestionWhat do you know now that you wished you would have known when you were younger or just sooner in general?
John teaches 9 essential vocabulary terms to help therapists in private practice with their financial literacy, including: Asset: anything tangible or intangible that is owned by the business. Or, anything that actively makes you money. Liability: anything that costs or could cost the business money. E.g., accounts payable, wages, taxes, etc. (argument: a house that is not yet paid off is still a liability. Your car is also a liability). Profit and loss/income statement: shows how much the business earned and spent in a given period of time. Demonstrates the viability of your business. Balance sheet: snapshot of the company's worth at any given time Cash flow: money coming in and going out (liquidity) Cash flow projection: helps you plan ahead for future growth as well as risk Revenue: money received from sales Gross profit: revenue minus cost of goods sold (less relevant for us) Net profit/net income: the residual income that a business is left with after paying all expenses Join Business Made Human now: https://go.privatepracticeworkshop.com/join-business-made-human
Get your VIP access to the ongoing Docs of High-Ticket Conference TODAY for $197!What up, Doc Squad!When I was in my full-time job at the medical school working clinically, I was not all in on me. I was a procrastinating hot mess, and it was ruining my life.If someone had offered to help me stop procrastinating, I would have gladly accepted the offer. And after I overcame my procrastination habit, I launched my very first program, Procrastination to Purpose. Because that's the stop I was on. Why am I telling you this? Because here's something you have to think about before you even identify what you'd like to sell: in order to be making money as a coach, you have to be living your transformation. If you're not living your transformation, people will feel it. Because you will sense the dissonance and you're going to show up differently. When you are coaching, you are selling yourself! And this is why you have to go all in on you.Well, but Dr. Kimmy, I am not at the final stop yet…But you are further along than they are!You don't have to monetize the final destination, just monetize where you are right now and show up powerfully!Want to learn more on how you can go all in on you and live your transformation? Get your VIP access to the ongoing Docs of High-Ticket Conference TODAY for $197!See you inside!In this episode, I discuss:How to monetize where you are right nowThe power of your storyShowing your work and living in your transformation********************************************************************Join my FREE private Facebook Group The High-Ticket Doc™| High-Ticket Coaching For Women Doctors by clicking HERE.Want to develop and confidently sell your first high-ticket program? Apply to join Purposed to Profit™ today by clicking HERE.***********************************************************************Get my FREE training on How To Make Your First $10k As A Brand New Coach. This is the first step to making your first $100K.Want to take the first step to overcome procrastination? Click here to take the Productive on Purpose Procrastination Personality Test! (You will also be added to my email list).
Flipping is a fast-profit strategy where an investor buys real estate at a discounted price and then enhances the property to offload it at a better cost. Rather than purchasing a property to live in, you buy a home as a real estate investment. The primary goal of flipping is to buy low and sell high. Be ready to take down notes because, in this episode, Lauren Hardy will teach you how to profit in flipping houses. Today, she will give you the key numbers you should know when doing house flips and the red flags to watch out for that could result in you losing that hard-earned money. Her mission is to make sure that you're consistently profiting when flipping houses. So what are you waiting for? Click that play button now! Resources: Virtual Investing Mastery
This week's episode comes after a random experience I had with Heather at a burger joint the past weekend. This guy who rang us up, took our payment and delivered our food was not your typical person. You'll have to dive in to hear the whole story.Inside is a powerful lesson about work ethic and what it truly takes to create the life you desire. The lesson I learned from this young kid while eating a burger and fries is one that I would be doing a disservice to YOU if I didn't share this message.Connect with Dr. Daniel:Instagram | @danielkimbleydcFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/daniel.kimbley.5Medium | https://medium.com/@danielkimbleyConnect with Nexus Family Chiropractic:Instagram | @nexusfamilychiropracticFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/nexusfamilychiropractic/YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUzsA22gT7UseaFy-rzkVg?view_as=subscriberWeb | https://www.nexusfamilychiropractic.com/
In der DDR gab es offiziell keine Zensur, in Wahrheit aber steuerte die SED die Presse sowie deren Vertrieb. Nach dem Mauerfall im November 1989 war die Sehnsucht nach einer freien Presse unter Ostdeutschen groß: Nicht nur wünschten sich viele, nun endlich Publikationen aus dem Westen lesen zu können, damals entstanden auch 120 neue Zeitungen und Zeitschriften im Osten, deren Erfolg jedoch nur von kurzer Dauer war. Auf den Pressefrühling folgte eine Landnahme durch vier deutsche Großverlage. Die Medienforscherin Mandy Tröger zeichnet im Interview nach, wie im Osten Wild-West-Stimmung herrschte und westdeutsche Verlage bewusst Grauzonen nutzten, um im Osten den Markt zu kontrollieren. Diese historische Episode ist auch ein Lehrstück über die sogenannte freie Marktwirtschaft. Wolfgang M. Schmitt hat darüber mit Mandy Tröger im neuen „Wohlstand für Alle“-Spezial gesprochen. Literatur: Mandy Tröger: Pressefrühling und Profit. Wie westdeutsche Verlage 1989/1990 den Osten eroberten, Herbert von Halem Verlag. Ihr könnt uns unterstützen - herzlichen Dank! Paypal: https://www.paypal.me/oleundwolfgang Wolfgang M. Schmitt, Ole Nymoen Betreff: Wohlstand fuer Alle IBAN: DE67 5745 0120 0130 7996 12 BIC: MALADE51NWD Twitter: Ole: twitter.com/nymoen_ole Wolfgang: twitter.com/SchmittJunior Die gesamte WfA-Literaturliste: https://wohlstand-fuer-alle.netlify.app
Phillip Stutts is a leader in marketing, he cut his teeth in political marketing and has over two decades of experience working on campaigns with billions of dollars in ad spend, contributing to over 1,433 election victories, including 3 U.S. Presidential victories. Phillip is a student of Jay Abraham, and in this episode, you'll hear the marketing techniques that Phillip uses from Jay's teachings. In this episode, Jay reveals his “profit explosion formula,” his concept of pre-eminence, risk reversal, and the power of creating a referral generating structure in your business that will exponentially increase your profits.Timestamps:• 0:20 – An introduction to Leverage• 2:00 – The industries & businesses Jay has worked with• 3:20 – How Jay and Phillip Stutts met each other• 4:25 – What are businesses owners consistently doing wrong?• 7:10 – The concept of risk reversal• 15:52 – How to pre-validate a business plan• 18:10 – Being an original thinker and defining pre-eminence • 26:15 – How Phillip integrated pre-eminence into his company• 27:15 – The secret to selling leadership & the 3 categories of clients• 29:40 – A special offer from Jay and Leverage• 36:25 – How to build trust in your business• 38:15 – The profit explosion formula• 44:20 – Referral Strategies: Why you shouldn't be scared to ask• 46:15 – Turning your customers into voluntary sales reps• 50:00 – What Jay is having the most fun with right now• 52:45 – Why you should take lessons from all industriesResources: • Go to www.getleverage.com/consultation to book your free Leverage Consultation call
Welcome to Firepreneurs 101 - A series of short episodes to help you better understand your numbers and speak the language of business. Starting from the top of the Profit and Loss Statement all the way to the bottom line, we will unpack what the categories mean, how to use them as tools when running your business and how to ensure that your business turns a profit. In this episode, we discuss “What is Direct Labor or Technician Pay?”
Welcome to Freedom Formula for Physician Podcast! HAVING A HEADACHE ABOUT SLASHING YOUR TAXES? Then this episode, I have someone who can give you tips on how to solve your tax problems. He is a gentleman who is a former Marine Corps sergeant who has 20 years of successful business op ownership, high level consulting, and he founded a company called Peak profit solutions where their goal is to help 1000s of individuals increase profit and permanently reduce their annual tax bill to better help them grow their business and accelerate their wealth. Please help me welcome Mark Myers to the show. Welcome, Mark. In this Podcast, you will... A little background about Mark about where was he before being in California in his 20's (HINT: Listen about his Marine Corps Journey) How did his dad influence him in joining the Military? What made him decide to join the reserves? Mark narrate his experience during September 11th (911) How did he get into the tax world? Did he train for it? His insights about some common tax mistakes that people are making Gain more knowledge about Tax codes, Tax Preparers, Entities, Revenue, CPAs, Cash flow, and more. His advice for Physician who faces challenges to their taxes Resources Mentioned In This Podcast: Judge - Learned Hand Quotes Peak Profit Solutions For all the show notes, and more, check out the podcast website at www.doctorfreedompodcast.com ----more--------more--------more---- Investment advice is only offered in jurisdictions where Centurion Financial Strategies, LLC (“Centurion”) is appropriately registered or exempt from registration. Our Form ADV Part 2 brochure can be obtained free of charge at https://adviserinfo.sec.gov by searching for our firm by name or its unique CRD number (316454). This podcast is not a solicitation to provide advisory services in any jurisdiction in which we are not appropriately registered or excluded from registration. The information, statements, and opinions contained in this podcast have been obtained from or are based upon information obtained from sources which we believe to be reliable, but we do not warrant or guarantee the timeliness or accuracy of any such information. This podcast is intended for informational purposes only and should not be construed as personalized investment, tax, or legal advice. Opinions expressed by any guest are their own opinions and do not necessarily reflect the firm's views. You should carefully consider your unique financial circumstances and needs prior to making any investment in securities or purchasing any insurance products. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Investing in securities involves the risk of loss. Insurance products are backed by the financial strength and claims-paying ability of the issuing insurance company and may be subject to restrictions, limitations, and early withdrawal fees which vary by issuer. You should consider the charges, risks, expenses, and investment objectives of any insurance products before entering a contract.
Every business's processes have a direct impact on the quality of health of a business and its owner. However, if you change one operational focus you'll see the direct impact on your business's ‘money holes.' In this session, attendees will learn how to create, refine, and scale processes which protect profit. By learning to identify money holes, creating solutions that close those holes, and better predicting future pitfalls, business owners' will finally be able to make the leap over the vicious loss-cycles that hold businesses back. After an unprecedented year, EXPO 2022 will take place at the Hyatt Grand Cypress Hotel in Orlando, FL. From March 2nd to March 4th, attendees will be able to enjoy 30 different breakout sessions, daily brain meld sessions, a tradeshow, an awards ceremony, and evening events hosted by industry partners Benjamin Moore, PPG, and Sherwin Williams. Don't wait until it's too late and register NOW! Room Block is closing on February 4th If you have any EXPO related question, don't hesitate to reach us at (800) 332-7322 Learn more about PCA EXPO Become a PCA member
Today I'm joined by Vivek Kinra, owner of two large and fast-growing dental insurance consulting companies. He discusses how he got into the dental insurance industry and provides insight from his experience in building successful companies in a short amount of time. Vivek also helps to clarify the options available to dentists who want to better navigate insurance and negotiate more reasonable reimbursement. Check out the show notes for more information!
I'm so excited to bring you this interview today. Rick Dutmer is my old business coach that helped me build my roofing company over the course of thirty years into an extremely profitable business so that I was later able to successfully exit and do the things that I wanted to do in life. When I first hired Rick, I was really struggling and wearing all the hats in the business. I knew there was a better way, and Rick was the one that helped guide me through it all, and it started with building a business plan that set me up with a saleable business. Today you'll hear all about how to build a profitable business that will support you and your family with a great lifestyle, how to build a valuable business that you can sell when you're ready to retire, and so much more. What Rick did for my roofing business, I can do for yours. Have you downloaded my FREE 1-Page Business Plan, yet? What you'll hear in this episode: Rick shares how his business background has helped contractors improve their own businesses. Rick provides an overview of the process he used in helping Dave build his business plan. While building your business up, always be thinking about the horizon! This is when business goals transition to more of a business/personal goal. You have a strategy for growing your business and for growing your people. What's your strategy for exiting? Rick addresses the main reason that contractors go out of business. “Profit thrills, volume kills” Building a business that has saleable value depends on your goals. You must have a strong team that will continue the business beyond you or your generation. Rick's recommendations around selling if/when you decide to exit. Roll-ups: the good, the bad, and the ugly. Connect with Rick! Email: email@example.com Resources / Links: Check Out My NEW Website: The Roofer Coach Download My FREE 1-Page Business Plan Text Me @ (510) 612-1450 – Say Hi! I would love to hear your feedback, pros & cons! **Please leave me a review on iTunes!** ~Please Share My Podcast With Other Contractors~ THE ROOFER SHOW SPONSOR INFO: Need Help Answering the Phone Or Online Chat? Use Ruby Receptionists!! Find Out How They Can Help Bring In Leads!! Click here and use the code Roofer50 for a special $50 discount! https://www.callruby.com/roofershow Or Call Ruby at (844) 326-7829 Check out the app!! My Listeners Get a 21-Day Money-Back Guarantee!
Building a Network of Neighborhood Compost Hubs. Do good and earn a profit? Sign us up! Alyssa Brodsky explains Food2Soil, a program in San Diego that creates soil farmers, people who get paid for turning food scraps from homes and restaurants into rich compost. She passionately describes how the program works, how she got involved, and the many ways the program has positively impacted both the environment and the participants. Alyssa also provides some tips for anyone considering a similar program in their own community. Don't miss an episode! visit UrbanFarm.Org/blog/podcast Alyssa is a Soil Farmer at Food2Soil, as well as their "Web Builder", meaning she is working to expand the Food2Soil web of decentralized community composting hubs throughout the city of San Diego, including policy work and participant outreach. She served in the Peace Corps working in agriculture for 3 years in Madagascar and with her partner is starting her own market garden farm. Alyssa is fueled by outrage that food scraps are considered "waste", and by awe in the beauty of the composting process. Visit www.UrbanFarm.org/Podcast-by-episode-titles for the show notes on this episode, and access to our full podcast library! Composting for Profit.
What is Embodied Carbon and Why Does it Matter? Michael joined LeMessurier in 2005 and has developed a breadth of structural design and management experience on many of the firm's recent complex projects ranging from educational and healthcare facilities to high-rise residential and office towers. Michael also spearheads LeMessurier's sustainability practice in part by serving […] The post EA439: Michael Gryniuk – What is Embodied Carbon and Why Does it Matter? appeared first on EntreArchitect // Small Firm Entrepreneur Architects.
Special guest, my Apple watch... A wrist worn wiretap. In consideration of the inflationary economy from our last episode, and being entrepreneurs within it... I was inspired to discuss more deeply the difference between fixed and variable expenses and why the fixed costs are not as big of a profitability concern as the variable ones. I also give a brief discussion on cash flow vs income statements. I also think I mention the balance sheet in there too. Text KKRS to: 713-528-8219Telegram Community: https://t.me/killbiggerTwitter: https://twitter.com/kylekeeganradioCheck out https://KillBigger.comThe American Precious Metals Exchange at https://apmex.comJoin the discussion at https://www.thefastlaneforum.com/community/threads/kaks-kill-bigger-radio-show.95326/ DISCLAIMER! I am NOT your financial advisor. Do your own research. I advocate heavily that you should make intelligent and informed decisions based on your own understanding or hire someone that does this for you.The Kyle Keegan Radio Show and The iTalk Media Network™️ is © Atlas Southwest LLC.
Evidence photos @ https://talkmurder.com/marcel-petiotMarcel Petiot, commonly known as ‘Doctor Satan', was a French serial killer who operated from the mid-1930s till March 1944. The true number of victims remains unknown, but they claimed Petiot is at least responsible for 63 gruesome murders. They arrested him after police found his ‘murder farm' at 21 Rue Le Sueur in Paris.
For us, everything begins with our mindsets. In order to be the best in our business, we have to constantly be learning and growing – it's the only way to have the knowledge we need to improve our systems, our business structure, and the daily habits that support everything we do. Almost every single one of the top CEOs in the world understand the importance of a healthy mindset, which is why they are avid readers. It's also why you, fellow business owner, should be an avid reader!Today we're talking about the importance of always learning and how the simple act of reading a little bit every day can dramatically improve your business – and your life.We're inviting you to join the Profit Cleaners Book Club in 2022 so that we can all hold each other accountable for reading, learning, and applying our knowledge to our businesses.Join today by clicking the link: https://www.patreon.com/profitcleanersHighlights:[02:00] The importance of always reading new books[03:06] The average person's book consumption vs. a CEO's book consumption[05:46] The best kinds of books to read[06:50] Our favorite book recommendations [09:56] Join our book club and start reading Atomic Habits by James Clear[14:40] The right way to consume more books than everLinks:https://www.patreon.com/profitcleanersArticle Mentioned: https://www.inc.com/brian-d-evans/most-ceos-read-a-book-a-week-this-is-how-you-can-too-according-to-this-renowned-.html
Paula Pant of Afford Anything tells entrepreneurs to make a profit after paying themselves Episode 470: Make A Profit After Paying Yourself by Paula Pant of Afford Anything on Business Ownership Financial Decisions Paula Pant is the founder of the award-winning website AffordAnything.com and a writer and speaker specializing in money, business, and real estate investing. She is a real estate investor, as the owner of seven rental property units in metropolitan Atlanta. She holds a real estate license in Georgia. She's also the host of the Afford Anything podcast. The original post is located here: https://affordanything.com/make-a-profit-after-paying-yourself/ Indeed is the #1 source of hires in the U.S. Join over three million businesses worldwide that use Indeed to hire great talent. Get a $75 credit at Indeed.com/startup. Offer valid through September 30th. Terms and conditions apply Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalStartUpDaily Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today's guest shares a professional passion with our very own Dr. Sabrina, and that is hiring the right people for small business. He brings a great perspective and unique learning points during this robust conversation that we can all benefit from, particularly around the interview tips he shares. Ryan Englin is passionate about supporting growing businesses, particularly in blue collar industries, to build amazingly productive companies by hiring the right people. Growing up, he saw his own father working 12-hour shifts and weekends as an owner/operator, witnessing firsthand the struggles that these companies have in hiring quality frontline employees. Ryan was determined to help them find a better way. His company, Core Matters, provides coaching and training on attracting, hiring, and retaining rock star employees. Using his proven process, the Core Fit Hiring System, small and midsize businesses learn how to start hiring better people, faster. With almost a decade in the business, Ryan has worked with over a hundred clients, helping business owners achieve their goals by hiring the right people. Profit by Design is a Tap the Potential Production in collaboration with Small Business Consulting Group. Show Highlights: Ryan divulges his compelling “why”. Ryan explains why the interview is his very favorite part of the hiring process. Here's the main reason why people switch jobs. Interviewing mistakes to avoid! How to create opportunities during the interview to help the “real” person come out. Ryan shares what “Ninja Tools” his company has in its toolbox. Why you should be spending a minimum of six hours on the interview process. Ryan addresses the cost of turnover. Recruiting is really a part of your marketing! Connect with Ryan! On his Website, Facebook, Podcast, or LinkedIn. Download your FREE pdf copy of Ryan's book: Unmasked: How to Hire the Ones You Won't Want to Fire here! Links and Resources: New! Now Available!! The 4 Week Vacation™ book with bonuses! Download Dr. Sabrina's Introductory Training: How to Make Your Time Worth $10,000 an Hour. Check out our Better Business, Better Life™ program! Join Dr. Sabrina in our Entrepreneurs Take Your Life Back! Community.
Ken's cartooning days from drawing Woody Woodpecker at 4 to trying to get in the New Yorker. If you're a fan of cartoons, comics, comic books, or New Yorker cartoons this episode is for you. More podcasts at WAVE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/artist/wave-podcast-network/1437831426
I have a great show for you today. My guest is David Richter, the author of the book “Profit First for Real Estate Investing”. David is an active real estate investor who has been involved in closing over 850 deals. His passion is helping people generate more wealth, reach their financial goals, and have more time to do what they love. While growing and building a real estate business from 5 deals a month to over 25 deals a month, he realized that as much money was coming in, it was going right out the door, and he set out to fix that problem. David has helped real estate companies completely turn around from going out of business to building cash reserves by using the Profit First cash flow system. You're going to love this show. Show Notes Here is just a tiny bit of what David shared in this show: David's first deal: the 5 strategies involved from the day he bought his property until the day he sold it What led David to write “Profit First for Real Estate Investors” Why volunteering to work for free for someone for 8 months in their real estate investing business shaved years off his learning curve and was the best decision he ever made How he went from 5 deals a month to 25 deals a month David's marketing: how his marketing changed and evolved as he grew Using virtual assistants to scale your marketing How to change your business from cash eating monster using the profit first system Why sometimes what you're good at isn't necessarily what you love doing The system: Profit First for Real Estate Investors The 5 main accounts you need in your business and WHY you need these accounts The percentages of income you should strive to allocate to each one of these accounts Making profit first a habit that sticks Why knowing your numbers helps you uncover the real problems in your business Final advice for real estate investors that want to implement the profit first system in their own businesses Want to learn more about David? You can get a copy of David's book, “Profit First for Real Estate Investing” either on his website listed below or on Amazon. Want to reach out to David? You can contact him here at Simple CFO Be sure to check out David's podcast, Profit First for REI Podcast. It's an outstanding podcast. Louisville Gal's Real Estate Blog Stop by the Louisville Gal's Real Estate Blog for more great content and some awesome freebies. .
How to Create a Dream Life Without Sacrificing What You Love – With Laura DibenedettoTEDx Speaker, #1 Bestselling author of The Six Habits and Life Mastery Coach, Laura teaches how to create the life of our dreams without sacrificing what we love. As Founder and CEO of Vision Advertising, a company that she built aged 19, she has helped hundreds of entrepreneurs build and grow profitable enterprises entirely on their terms.Important Topics • Her daily routines• Laura's favorite room• Putting her phone down often in order to listen to herself.• The Six HabitQuotes• “I'm a person who craves variety. Routine is not something I embrace!”• “I like to end my day with Gratitude because it sets the tone for the next day.”• “Not just thank you for my husband, but WHY.”• “Create your own magic!”Connect with Laura:• Website: www.lauradibenedetto.com• Linked In https://www.linkedin.com/in/lldibenedetto/• Instagram https://www.instagram.com/lauraldibenedetto/• Facebook https://www.facebook.com/lauraldibenedetto• Her book: https://www.TheSixHabits.comOther links and resources:Free Gift from Diane (5 Moves to RESET Your Power) - https://ResetYourPowerGift.comFree Gift from Diane (How to Avoid Crisis) - https://DianeHalfman.com/CrisisBANKCODE - https://MyBankCode.com/VictoryDiane Halfman's website - http://www.DianeHalfman.comWant to know more about yourself?Some people ask me how to RESET their life.Some people ask me how to be more sensual.Others are wondering how to make more money.How to be more successful.How to start a business.All of these questions and more are what I answer in my programs!Come see me at http://www.DianeHalfman.com
In this episode of The Moving Mastery Podcast, Louis Massaro shares how to create your moving company sales script. You'll learn: Why having a sales script is so important if you want to scale your moving business What a sales script can do for your booking percentage How having a sales script can help keep your company in legal compliance How many times have you arrived to a job and the customer's like, “Nobody told me about the travel time.” Or “They didn't tell me about this and that.” If you're not using a sales script in your moving company, and instead you're just trying to rattle off bullet points at somebody on the phone about your services, sometimes you forget stuff. There are many things that need to be said to a customer during a sales call. And having a sales script ensures that your sales team is saying the things that you want them to say, every single time. All the things you want them to always say, and all the things you never want them to say. If you build it into the sales script, it will get said. In this episode of the Moving Mastery Podcast, taken from one of the Moving Mastery live seminars, Louis shares some of his moving company sales script framework to help you build your own high converting script. And he shares how having a sales script in your company will increase sales. How do you know if your moving consultants are giving the customers all the important information they need and are able to answer all the customer's questions correctly on every call? How can you effectively train and manage your sales team and ensure that they are being consistent on every call? How do you know that you are in legal compliance with local county laws, state laws, federal laws on every call? Having a sales script. If you want to scale, if you want to increase revenue, having a sales script is necessary. Even if you already have an amazing sales team who are great at closing deals, having a sales script in place will increase their sales even more. Learn how to close more deals and have more happy customers by watching Create Your Moving Company Sales Script now! Go download all of Louis's previous episodes as well! Subscribe to Louis's YouTube channel for more tips on growing your moving company. Get free on-demand video training on how to book more moves and learn The 6 Stages of a Moving Company Sales Machine. Go to www.LouisMassaro.com/6stages Follow Louis on Instagram for daily tips and motivation. www.Instagram.com/LouisMassaro ABOUT Louis Massaro is the world's leading moving business trainer and success coach. He's the founder and CEO of Moving Mastery, a training, coaching, and education company dedicated to helping moving company owners, managers and employees reach higher levels of success in their business. Through his coaching programs, online training and live seminars he's helped hundreds of people unlock their full potential by giving them the strategies and systems to take their moving business to the next level. Louis opened his first moving company at 19 years old with two rental trucks and after overcoming many challenges and struggles, he went on to build a $20 million a year business. His company, Neighbors Moving & Storage had locations nationwide performing local moves, long-distance moves as well as storage. After 16 years of success in the moving business, Louis sold his companies and is dedicated to helping others “Profit in Their Business and Thrive in Their Life”
Ready to Position Your Business to Profit? Go to-->>> http://positioningtoprofit.com/Hey there, Patty Dominguez here with Episode 121 of the Positioning to Profit Podcast, and I'm celebrating a bit y'all. Celebrating that it has been nine years since I quit my corporate job, turned down a promotion, gave back stock options, and ventured into entrepreneurship. Yes, everyone thought I was crazy. Maybe I am, it doesn't matter. Because it's been nine years y'all, nine years, and I'm still here. Still. So I thought I would share nine tips. Of course, these are not all of the tips that you could think about, but I thought that these were the most high level overarching significant tips that I can share with you, my dear listener, if you're listening to this and thinking, ah, should I stick with this? Is it worth it? I don't know. What am I missing? I got you. Nine tips after nine years of entrepreneurship exclusively here for you.Maybe I'm catching you on your walk in the car. What have you. All I know is that this is going to be a fun episode chock full of good stuff that you can walk away with a little aha here and there, all with the intention of helping you positioning your business to profit. And of course, to have peace of mind. Because let me tell you, burnout is not fun and is unnecessary, you can actually work less and make more and yes, people say that, but it is actually true. So this is the kind of stuff we talk about Prolific Cafe, prolificcafe.com, the community that I host, an amazing community that I host. Check it out at prolificcafe.com. We would welcome you in if you are like minded and resonate with us. All right. And with that, let's get on with the show. Here we go.
Today's episode brings you the latest edition of the Business is Messy Series and the first of 2022! Brian Nolan, Managing Partner of NCG and Kevin Nolan, CEO of Nolan Painting & Partner at NCG, come together to discuss the ever present challenges businesses are continuing to face and the current happenings at Nolan Painting! From snow storms, to labor shortages, continuing Covid impacts, sales rate challenges and more, we must remember to keep expecting the unexpected. This year is already looking like one for the books!
Introduction (Recording 12/31) (Airing 1/10)Thank you for listeningFarm4Profit episode vs Farm4Fun EpisodeThank you again for suggesting topics for us to talk about on the podcast and keep them coming. Send those to firstname.lastname@example.org or find us all over social media.We greatly appreciate your help in growing our audience.The listener review today is brought to you by Geringhoff. They are head of the class no matter the crop and product to be the anchor partner of the Farm4profit Podcast@WParkinson4 ***** – I really enjoy the podcast. Ya'll are in the top of my que when a new one comes out.YOU can now review us on Spotify!Commercial: John DeereWhat's Working in AGBW Fusion – Brody Benton1 – What did you see working well for growers in 2021?CornBeansArea Specific?2 – What didn't work well?3 – What should our listeners be thinking about this time of year?Our #1 most requested topic – The field tile exploration (Does it always pay?)We will see how this goes as it might become a multi-part episodeThere are more than six million acres of cropland in Iowa where wetness limits productivity. Slightly more than half of the 375 different soils series mapped in Iowa have problems with excess water. The drainage of farmland is obviously important for improving the productivity of Iowa agriculture. Based on the large number of acres susceptible to excessive wetness and the yield response from removing this wetness, farmers and landowners are becoming increasingly interested in drainage. AND that's just Iowa……..!The two major methods of farmland drainage are surface drainage where standing water is removed using surface ditches and subsurface drainage where excess water is removed through a system of underground drainage tiles – that is what we are going to focus onJoel Hayes – He and his brother run Hayes Bros Drainage in Grundy County Iowa and have been in business since 2009. They have covered most of the state of Iowa during their time in business.Their dad/family also farms around 3500 acresJoel Lange - @centraliowa_rainage - Joel and his family own and operate Central Iowa Drainage in Guthrie County Iowa where they have been farming since 2012.Joel's family moved their entire farm from O-Neill Nebraska to Iowa in 2012General QuestionsWhat is drainage tile?Drain tile is a system of pipes with perforations or holes that channels water away from intended areasField tile is tubing or pipe buried in the ground to convey subsurface water to an outlet such as a stream or ditchWhat are outlets?The structures used to control the minimum elevation at which water leaves the drainage tile, which in turn controls the maximum elevation of the groundwater table in the area drained by the tile system to which the outlet control structure is attached.What are inlets?Purpose: A common practice that is used to. drain farmed depressions is a tile riser, which is essentially a pipe that acts as a direct conduit for water from the field to the receiving ditch or stream. A blind inlet or French drain is used to filter at least sediment from the water that is drained from the field.Why do we install drainage tile?The purpose of subsurface drainage is to lower the water table in the soil. The water table is the level at which the soil is entirely saturated with water. The excess water must be removed to a level below the ground surface where it will not interfere with plant root growth and development. The major reason for installing subsurface drainage is to improve the productivity of the farmland. Higher yields translate into more returns. This is especially true in recent years due to higher grain prices. So the investment decision is based on whether the higher crop returns will justify the investment in subsurface drainage.Types of tilePerforatedSolidComes with socksHow long is tile good for?When does it need replaced?Useful life of clay tileWhen was plastic first installedIs that plastic technology improved for today?Is there a right time to install tile?Always….Is there a wrong time to install tile?Reasons to tile when inputs are highWe want to put tile in….how do we get started?Prepare a planContact the USDA for approval – starts at the FSA officeWhat are recommended best practice steps to take?Mistakes to avoid?If it's hard to expand your farm by buying high priced ground or renting more ground, how can tile help improve your bottom line?Tiling for a tax deductions…..does this work?Better than equipment purchases?Any specific tile tax breaks?Figuring out return on investment on tileCan you believe the information coming from tile guys? – Do they just want to sell more tile?Are there other resources to use? ISU Ag Decision MakerThe most difficult part of computing a tile investment analysis is estimating the yield response from the improved drainage. The size of the expected yield improvement dramatically impacts the economic feasibility of installing tile drainage, as shown in the example below.Example:A 10 bushel per acre yield response from corn and a 4 bushel per acre yield response from soybeans will provide an average annual return of $35 for corn at a price of $3.50 price ($3.50 x 10 bu. = $35) and $36 for soybeans at a price of $9 ($9 x 4 bu. = $36). If the yield responses are 20 bushels for corn and 8 bushels for soybeans, the returns are double.Estimating future returnsIn the analysis above we assumed that the annual income stream will stay constant throughout the entire life of the tile. However, this may not be the case. Corn and soybean yields have increased over recent decades as shown in Figure 3. Corn yields have increased by 2.4 percent and soybean yields by 1.8 percent per year since 1980. Most experts expect this trend to continue, if not increase. The impact of trend yield increases over the life of the tile drainage can be substantial.Tile Investment StrategiesA variety of investment strategies have emerged for the installation of tile drainage. Some of these are based on installations over a period of time. Others are investment arrangements between tenants and landlords on rented land.1) Install subsurface drainage on the entire field With this strategy, the decision is made to install drainage tile on the entire field or farm. Bids and designs are obtained from various tilers, and the decision is made to move forward with tiling the entire field or farm. 2) Design the entire drainage system but install over a period of years – This is similar to the strategy above in that the drainage system for the entire field or farm is designed up-front. However, the actual investment and installation of tile drainage is spread over a period of years, often as income becomes available.3) Invest a fixed amount of money in drainage With this strategy, the investment decision is based on spending a fixed amount of money on drainage. The system is then designed to get the most drainage benefit from the limited amount of money. Although this may optimize the benefit from the investment, it often leads to a “patchwork” system as subsequent investments are made over a period of years and does not provide for the best overall drainage system.Landlord/tenant strategies 1) Landlord Investment Strategy – The traditional landlord/tenant investment strategy is for the landlord to make the tiling investment and charge the tenant a higher cash rental rate. The higher cash rental rate is due to higher yields achieved from the drainage and provides the landlord with a return on his/her tiling investment.The additional cash rent can be computed from the estimated increase in net return from tile installation. For example, if the cash rental rate is currently based on the typical rate in the local community, the new rate will be the typical rate plus the additional net return from the estimated increase in net returns from drainage.The additional cash rent can be computed based on a fixed rate of return from the tile investment. For example, if the tiling investment is $500 per acre and a rate of return of 8 percent is desired, the additional cash rent is $40 per acre ($500 x 8% = $40). If the cash rental rate is currently based on the typical rate in the local community, the new rate will reflect this typical rate plus $40.2) Tenant Investment Strategy – The tenant makes the tile investment on the landlord's farm. Because the landlord makes none of the investment, the cash rental rate does not increase due to the increase in productivity. The additional net returns go to the tenant as compensation for the tiling investment. A major concern for the tenant is whether he/she will have access to the land for a long enough period of time to justify the capital investment. One approach is to enter into a long-term lease between the two parties. However, individuals often do not want to lock themselves into a lease for this length of time. In Iowa, farm leases of five or more years in length must be recorded and multiple-year leases may not exceed 20 years.Another option is to continue with one year leases but execute an ancillary contract dealing specifically with the tiling. Under this contract the tenant receives a pro-rata buyout of the tiling investment from the landowner if he/she ceases to rent the farm during the lifetime of the tile.For example, assume the tiling investment is $400 per acre and the life of the investment is 20 years. If the tenant ceases to rent the land after five years, he/she receives a payment of $300 per acre. Leaving after 15 years results in a payment of $100 per acre and after 20 years there is no payment.The length of the buyout period is negotiable between tenant and landlord. The buyout payment can be made by the landlord. An alternative is for the new tenant to make the buyout payment to the tenant that is leaving and take over the remaining life of the contract.3) Shared Investment Strategy – The landlord and tenant share the tiling investment and use a crop-share lease. The investment is shared in the same proportion as the crop is shared in the leasing arrangement (e.g. 50/50). With this arrangement, each party receives the additional net returns in the same proportion as the investment. An arrangement is made where the tenant will receive a prorated buyout if he/she leaves the farm before the useful life of the tile is expended. An alternative is for the landlord to make the investment and modify the crop share lease provisions to reflect the change in contribution.Cost share programs?Tied in with bio-reactors?Payment plans? Any other comments or items you'd like to bring up and share?What do you know now that you wish you would have known sooner?SummaryChallengeReminder to like, rate, and review. Please don't hesitate to share the “Mullet of Podcasts” with your friends. We look forward to sharing more time with you next week on our Farm4Fun Episode.
Jill Lublin is an international speaker on the topics of Radical Influence, Publicity, Networking, Kindness and Referrals. She is the author of 4 Best Selling books including Get Noticed...Get Referrals (McGraw Hill) and co-author of Guerrilla Publicity and Networking Magic. Her latest book, Profit of Kindness went #1 in four categories. Jill is a master strategist on how to position your business for more profitability and more visibility in the marketplace. She is CEO of a strategic consulting firm and has over 25 years experience working with over 100,000 people plus national and international media. Jill teaches a virtual Publicity Crash Course, and consults and speaks all over the world. She also helps authors to create book deals with major publishers and agents, as well as obtain foreign rights deals. Visit publicitycrashcourse.com/freegift and jilllublin.com
Get your VIP access to The Docs of High-Ticket Conference TODAY for $197!What Up, Doc Squad!How does a new coach sell their very first high-ticket coaching offer? How do they believe in something they have not demonstrated results for?When I first started my coaching program about a year and a half ago, I launched my first high ticket program within three months of starting.I launched my first program and did not charge a high ticket price at first, because I held myself back.I thought I needed testimonials, a beautifully crafted website, thousands of followers, and even a certification! Looking back, I realize this was just imposter syndrome holding me back. Yet I badly wanted to become a coach. I wanted to change women's lives. This was only possible after I stopped focusing on stuff that did not matter at the beginning. I focused on what was in my hands. I stood in my belief! I told myself that I can help women walk in their purpose, and set myself out to do exactly that! I want to submit to you that when you master the principles that I discuss in this episode, you can sell anything at any price!If you'd like to learn more on how to launch your very first high-ticket coaching offer, get your VIP access to The Docs of High-Ticket Conference TODAY for $197!See you inside!In this episode, I discuss:What a high-ticket offer isFiguring out what's in your handHow to sell your first high ticket offerWhy sales is an inside job********************************************************************Join my FREE private Facebook Group The High-Ticket Doc™| High-Ticket Coaching For Women Doctors by clicking HERE.Want to develop and confidently sell your first high-ticket program? Apply to join Purposed to Profit™ today by clicking HERE.***********************************************************************Get my FREE training on How To Make Your First $10k As A Brand New Coach. This is the first step to making your first $100K.Want to take the first step to overcome procrastination? Click here to take the Productive on Purpose Procrastination Personality Test! (You will also be added to my email list).
Today, Lori sits down with business mentor and entrepreneur Jess Glazer to define what type of expert you are, regardless of where you are in your journey. Jess shares the differences between results, research, and role model experts, and the value that each type of expert has. Lori and Jess also discuss finding a balance on social media, how hobbies help your business, and the power of Post-It notes. Tune in to discover what kind of expert you are and learn how you can use that to your advantage. IN THIS EPISODE, WE TALK ABOUT: Jess' breakthrough moments from her year-long RV journey across America The difference between results, research, and role model experts How to stay authentic on social media without oversharing Getting comfortable with being a beginner Jess' “Post-It to Profit” method Changing the narrative of imposter syndrome RESOURCES Text GIRLFRIENDS to 310-496-8363 for updates and a chance to be featured on the show! Join Jess's Engaged Audience Masterclass. FREE training on Jess's Post-It to Profit method CONNECT WITH JESS Instagram: @iamjessicaderoseInstagram: @jess.glazer CONNECT WITH BRIT Instagram: @britdrisc Squeeze: @squeeze CONNECT WITH LORI Instagram: @loriharder Lite Pink: @drinklitepink Earn Your Happy: @earnyourhappy Listen to Earn Your Happy: CONNECT WITH ALLI Instagram: @alliwebb Becket & Quill: @becketandquill Squeeze: @squeeze GUEST BIO A former celebrity personal trainer and elementary school teacher, Jess turned her once “cute side hustle” into a multi-million dollar business in 2 years. Since leaving her teaching job in 2017 she has hired a team of incredible heart-centered leaders, served hundreds of clients, helped create over 10 million dollars in revenue for those clients and is committed to helping 100 entrepreneurs create 7-figure impact driven businesses (7 down, 93 to go!) As a result of donation/awareness she and her husband built a school in Ghana, Africa with Pencils of Promise. She's been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, The Today Show, Good Day New York, The New York Post, Shape Magazine. Her mission is to cause a ripple effect and inspire change for generations to come; making a massive impact and leaving a lasting legacy beyond her singular actions.
"If you aren't winning, you aren't making the right decisions" -- Leif BabinIn this week's episode, after reading some very profound leadership material, I had a realization about what it takes to be successful. The cool part is that YOU AND ONLY YOU get to decide what success looks like.Here's a bit of a roadmap to help you get there.YOU and only you are responsible for your results.Connect with Dr. Daniel:Instagram | @danielkimbleydcFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/daniel.kimbley.5Medium | https://medium.com/@danielkimbleyConnect with Nexus Family Chiropractic:Instagram | @nexusfamilychiropracticFacebook | https://www.facebook.com/nexusfamilychiropractic/YouTube | https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUzsA22gT7UseaFy-rzkVg?view_as=subscriberWeb | https://www.nexusfamilychiropractic.com/
Rob Kosberg is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today Best Selling author and the founder of Best Seller Publishing. Through his trademarked Publish. Promote. Profit. program, Rob helps his clients to create their own professional, best-selling book (guaranteed) and then teaches them how to use that book to grow their income and impact via speaking engagements, free PR and media and cutting-edge lead generation strategies. Rob's latest book, Publish. Promote. Profit., was the number one business book on Amazon.
Independent investigative journalism, broadcasting, trouble-making and muckraking with Brad Friedman of BradBlog.com
2021 was one of the most challenging years I've had in over a decade, personally, emotionally and spiritually. It also led to many new discoveries and gifts that I hope you find useful as well if you are facing challenging times. What you'll hear: Julie shares some of the hardest parts of her 2021 year and asks if you can relate How Julie used a "resentment list" to let go of challenges holding her back Where Julie was to blame for those resentments The story Julie was telling herself that was keeping her small (are you telling yourself this too?) How Julie used the hard parts as permission to make some big changes in her business and her life Julie shares her 2022 Vision Questions - how to step into your purpose this year
Our bloated $778 billion dollar defense budget doesn't make us all that much safer. At least that's what journalist Andrew Cockburn argues in his latest book, “The Spoils of War: Power, Profit and the American War Machine.” Cockburn, the Washington editor of Harper's, has spent decades covering the Pentagon and defense industry and says money and power, not safety, is what drives our ballooning military budget. Our conversation details how we got here and how, per Andrew, “The US defense complex is best thought of not as an organization, but as a living, insatiable, creature, dedicated only to its own defense and power.” Read more at MarianneWilliamson.Substack.com